Add Google Search to Internet Explorer
IE Version 6
Just above the address bar, you will see the Search button. Click on it.
Click on customize and select Google in the search provider for address bar searches box.
Click OK to close the Window. You can now search information by entering search terms directly in the IE6 address bar.
Internet Explorer Version 7:
In the upper right corner of your browser, locate the search box. Beside, you will see a magnifying glass icon. Click the down arrow next to the icon.
Next, click on Change Search Defaults
Select the search engine of your choice and then click on the Set Default button. Click Okay. You will now add it to the Internet Explorer 7.
IE Version 8:
Find the search box in the upper right corner of your browser. You will see the down arrow next to the magnifying glass icon. Click the down arrow and select Manage Search Providers
You will find your favorite search provider listed along with Bing and Wikipedia. Click Google and click on the Set Default button. Close the window.
Internet Explorer Version 9:
Like Chrome, the IE 9 web browser allows users to type in the search query directly in the address bar and get results. By default, the search provider is Bing and if you want to change it to Google Search just follow these steps:
On the address bar, click on the down menu located beside the search icon (magnifying glass).
Click the Add button to add your favorite search engine
A new tab will open and display the Add-ons gallery. You will find several search providers. Select Google Search. You will see a window pop up. Select make this my default search provider and click Add.
Now type in the search term in the address box and down below, you will see the Google logo. Make sure you have turned on search suggestions.